President Trump is considering mitigating Iranian sanctions on September 12 at 18:46
Some media reported that the US Trump administration was considering mitigating sanctions for a summit with Iran's President Rouhani. The fact that President Bolton, who strongly opposed this, was dismissed, is likely to focus on whether the Trump administration's future policy on Iran will change.
The American media, Bloomberg, reported on 11th about the dismissal of President Bolton, and on the 9th the day before the dismissal, the White House presidential office had a meeting on Iran policy.
At this occasion, in line with this month's United Nations General Assembly, he was considering whether to ease sanctions on Iran in order to realize a summit between President Trump and Iran's President Rouhani.
Mr. Bolton strongly opposed this and was later dismissed, so President Trump responded to the reporter ’s question after the report saying, “Let's see what happens. , Implications for mitigating sanctions.
President Trump has always been eager to talk with Iran, but President Rouhani has shown that he will not respond to the dialogue as long as sanctions continue.
If the report is true, President Trump may have dismissed hard-lined Bolton, who opposed sanctions, to realize the summit meeting, focusing on whether the Trump administration's future policy on Iran will change It seems to become.